
This lecture covers integer variables and modeling of combinatorial problems with integer variables. The example used GRAPH MATCHING.


This video is part of the A.C.T. Assessment Course developed by the Center for Educational Effectiveness. A.C.T. is a fully asynchronous, selfpaced course open to all UC Davis faculty, instructors,…


ECS036A Lecture 20230531 at 13:07


Lecture 3. Carl Sagan once stated, “We’re made of star stuff.” Today, we are going to discuss why that phrase is 100% true. This lecture, we will discuss a brief history of our…




Authenticity is being yourself without covering or hiding elements of you. In this session you will be given time to process in a variety of ways to think through how people and situations…


The Collaborative Syllabus:
Unmuting Students by Inviting them into Course Design
In collaborative syllabusbuilding the term begins with an
unfinished syllabus in which students are invited to…


Lecture 20220301. Review of counting principles. Then, another day of examples, these leading to probability calculations.


ECS020 Lecture 20220201. Reviewing definitions. Equivalence relations and the idea that they induce partitions. Three ways of conceptualizing integers mod n. Functions. Computing functions that…


More about sets. Powerset of a set. Cross product of sets. The axiomatic approach to set theory. Languages (sets of strings).


NOTE: "Typo" in what I wrote on one slide: R={x: x \not\in x}. Basics of sets. The only basic vocabulary is \in and \emptyset. Defining other relations: union, intersection complement,…


Basics of sets. The only basic vocabulary is \in and \emptyset. Defining other relations: union, intersection complement, set difference, symmetric difference. Identities and their proofs, including…


Lecture 7, on January 19, 2022 of ECS 235B, Foundations of Computer and Information Security


In this lecture, Professor Lybrand and I are going to take you from Earth’s deepest trenches of the oceans to the tallest mountains – we want to understand Earth across scales from the…


Lecture 3. Carl Sagan once stated, “We’re made of star stuff.” Today, we are going to discuss why that phrase is 100% true. This lecture, we will discuss a brief history of our…


